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Richardson rolls out Anaren wide-band hybrid coupler

22 Feb 2013

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Richardson RFPD Inc. has revealed the availability and full design support capabilities of the Xinger III 3dB hybrid coupler from Anaren. According to the company the device, is geared for today's higher power, more compact and hotter-running equipment.

The X3C17A1-03WS-CT is geared for broadband transmit and receive systems where wide bandwidth, low insertion loss and high isolation is required, including wireless applications such as LTE, GSM, CDMA, DCS, PCS, UMTS, WIMAX and WiFi. The device may be used in applications with up to 50W of average power.

The X3C17A1-03WS-CT features a three-section design, 690-2700MHz frequency, 20dB (min) isolation, 0.49dB (max) insertion loss and ±0.5dB amplitude balance.

Available in a 0.56 x 0.35in footprint, the device can be ordered immediately.

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